Nahre Sol (also known as Alice Gi-Young Hwang), is a pianist and composer that creates music that combines a unique blend of improvisation, traditional Western form and harmony, jazz harmony, and minimalism.
As a soloist and chamber musician, she has performed at venues across North America and Europe, including The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Gusman Theatre in Miami, and various locations in Canada, France, Holland, Italy, Poland, and Germany. Upon completing her undergraduate studies in 2013 at The Juilliard School, she received the Harriet Hale Woolley Grant to study piano and music composition in Paris with Gabriel Tacchino and Narcis Bonet. As a composer, her works have been premiered in New York City, Buenos Aires, Paris, and Toronto by artists such as Julian Martin, Han Chen, Jaewon Bang, Jeremy Smith, and Griffin McMahon.
As an educator, Nahre runs an online video series called "Practice Notes" that documents and shares various tips and insights related to learning and practicing music at the piano. She teaches both privately and online via video communication.